Alert: Durham Tech classes and support services are currently offered online, due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Effective June 1, the College will expand access to some campus locations for urgent instruction or student services by approval only. Campuses will not be open to walk-in students or visitors.
Register for Continuing Education
Corporate Education and Continuing Education programs are open to adults 18 years and older on a first-come, space-available basis unless special admission requirements must be met.
Payment of registration fees and any additional fees must also be made prior to attending class. All high school students who participate in concurrent enrollment must be at least 16 years old.
All Summer 2020 classes will be held online. While on campus courses may show on the website and be registered for, the final decision about the delivery method for fall classes will be made on July 24.
Continuing Education Registration
Online registration is available for many courses that do not have prerequisites. You will need to know the six-digit section number for the course. Refer to course descriptions for information. You do not need to have a WebAdvisor account or to login to register. Please note that payments will be listed on your credit card statements as “OPC DURHAM CC.”
Courses with prerequisites require submitting proof of completion of prerequisites before registration may be completed online. Review the program web page you are interested in for contact information. They will return your email with registration instructions.
Paying Remotely for Online Courses
Payment must be received before the first class. The most efficient and real-time way to pay is using the following:
Pay with a credit card, pre-paid card, or by check while registering online.
If options 1 is not possible, use option 2:
Mail a money order or certified check to the following address:
Durham Technical Community College
1637 Lawson Street
Durham, NC 27701
ATTN: Business Office
Special Circumstance: The third-party authorization letter. Some courses may be paid for by an outside agency (vocational rehabilitation, JOCCA, or WIOA). Students must provide a copy of the “authorization to pay” letter from the agency along with their registration form.